Centenary Naming Rights

Kearsney’s world class Centenary Centre is designed to provide state-of-the-art facilities suitable for collaborative 21st Century teaching and learning, in line with international best practice.

The North academic wing of the Centenary Centre comprising four modern classrooms, the Centenary Arch, a multi-purpose Long Room and a courtyard, was completed in 2016.

The South academic wing of 10 classrooms was completed at the end of 2019.

Every three classrooms in the original academic block will also be converted to two as part of a post-Centenary drive to provide classrooms modelled on the Centenary Centre venues.

Providing the world-class facilities appropriate to a school of Kearsney’s international standing requires the support of the Kearsney community through the purchase of naming rights

The Centenary Centre

Naming Rights

  • Naming of the Centenary Centre
  • Naming of the Centenary Long Room, a 300m2 multi-purpose venue used as an exhibition space, for specialist lectures to a full grade and as an examination facility
  • Naming of two Centenary Courtyards between the existing and new building
  • Naming of 14 Centenary Classrooms which can each accommodate 25 boys in 72 square metre classrooms

Centenary naming rights

Centenary Centre R15 million
Centenary Long Room R1 million
Two Centenary Courtyards, each R500 000
Fourteen Centenary Classrooms, each R250 000